Well Respected Kinks

Well Respected Kinks is the first UK budget-priced compilation album by the British rock group The Kinks, released in 1966. The album consists of some of the most popular singles and B-sides released by the Kinks from 1964 and 1965. It also includes tracks from the 1965 Kwyet Kinks EP.

Well Respected Kinks
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Greatest hits album by
Released2 September 1966
GenreRock and roll[1]
LabelMarble Arch MAL 612
The Kinks chronology
Greatest Hits!
(1966)
Well Respected Kinks
(1966)
Sunny Afternoon
(1967)

The album spent 35 weeks on the UK chart – the longest of any Kinks album – peaking at #5. The studio album Face to Face, released almost two months later, only managed 11 weeks on the chart, peaking at #12.

The album was issued on CD in 2001 as part of the Marble Arch Years boxed set.

Track listingEdit

Side oneEdit

All tracks are written by Ray Davies.

No.TitleLength
1."A Well Respected Man"2:44
2."Where Have All the Good Times Gone"2:53
3."Till the End of the Day"2:20
4."Set Me Free"2:12
5."Tired of Waiting for You"2:34

Side twoEdit

No.TitleLength
1."All Day and All of the Night"2:24
2."I Gotta Move"2:26
3."Don't You Fret"2:46
4."Wait Till the Summer Comes Along"2:10
5."You Really Got Me"2:14

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Mike Saunders (25 May 1972). "The Kink Kronikles | Album Reviews". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 13 June 2014.

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